LIMA, Ohio — Harli White won Friday night‘s K&L Ready Mix NRA Sprint Invader feature honoring the late Tim Allison before a huge crowd at Limaland Motorsports Park.
A full field of 22 cars hit the track for the A Main, presenting the crowd with a four-abreast parade lap with Tim’s grandson Caleb Harmon pacing the field behind the wheel of the Texas Roadhouse, Eagle 104.9, Conrad Construction No. 11 Sprint Car.
After the parade lap, the field was ready to do battle with White on the pole and Jared Horstman lined up to the outside of row one.
White surged to the front and try to run away from the field. White would see lapped traffic by lap five and expertly manuevered her way through the heavy traffic.
Randy Hannagan made his way to second and weaved his way through the traffic and began to close the gap on White.
The yellow flag would come out on lap 15 for Zane Devault coming to a stop with a flat right front.
On the restart, White would take back off with the lead, stretching her advantage to over 2 seconds over Hannagan at the end.
Horstman finished third, followed by Chase Dunham and Shawn Dancer.
Andy Welch would secure his first Limaland Bud Thunderstock regular season feature win. Steve Irwin would grab the Non Wing Sprint feature victory, and Kyle Moore would pick up the Northwest Physical Therapy UMP Modified win.
Todd Sherman wrapped up the Modified points title, and Tony Anderson would add yet another Thunderstock championship to his illustrious resume.